23 Jan 2013

M. Shahid Alam: Northeastern University’s Historical Hoaxer

(This article, written by Stephen Schwartz, originally appeared on American Thinker on November 17, 2012) What need be said of a professor at a large American university who declares that to be called an anti-Semite is “a sign of distinction” for an academic or an activist? That he is crudely and

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23 Jan 2013

Northeastern University Tell Muslim Faculty ‘Services’ No Longer Needed

(This article, written by Michael Carl, originally appeared on themuslimissue.wordpress.com on October 4, 2012) Apparently, supporting terrorism isn’t approved on some university campuses these days. In a startling development, Boston’s Northeastern University has dismissed jihad-preaching Muslim chaplain Abdullah Faaruuq after video surfaced of Faaruuq expressing support for terrorists. Reports indicate that

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23 Jan 2013

Anti-Israel Professor no Longer Listed as Northeastern Jewish Studies Faculty member

(This article originally appeared on Jewish News – jns.org on October 19, 2012) A Northeastern University professor has been removed from the faculty list of the school’s Jewish Studies program following the release of a video by Americans for Peace and Tolerance (APT) revealing the anti-Israel measures he took in

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23 Jan 2013

Northeastern University’s Islamists

(This article, written by Stephen Schwartz, was originally published on Americanthinker.com on October 14, 2012) Northeastern University in Boston has big ambitions.  As a private and popular institution, with more than 20,000 students, it rose from a night school to a commuter college to a leading research facility in health, homeland security, and other

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23 Jan 2013

Northeastern U’s Muslim Chaplain Removed After Video Exposes Support for Terrorists

(This article was originally published on breitbart.com on September 28, 2012) In what may be the first time a Muslim religious figure was removed from a campus position by a university administration, Boston’s Northeastern University told Imam Abdullah Faaruuq that his services as chaplain for Muslim students were “no longer

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18 Oct 2012

Controversial imam out at Northeastern

(This article first appeared in the Boston Jewish Advocate on September 7, 2012) By Elise Kigner Advocate Staff Northeastern University has informed a controversial religious leader that he would no longer be recognized as the school’s Muslim chaplain. Abdullah Faaruuq, who is the imam of the Mosque for the Praising

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18 Oct 2012

Has NU done its homework on Islamic extremism?

(This article first appeared in the Boston Jewish Advocate on August 24, 2012) By Charles JacobsWritten with Ilya Feokstisov Back in March, Northeastern University’s president, Joseph E. Aoun, was appointed to an academic board that advises the Department of Homeland Security on how American universities can contribute to antiterrorism efforts.

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02 Apr 2012

New film claims Holocaust week at Northeastern was ‘hijacked’ by anti-Zionists

As this year’s Awareness Week begins, university counters critics’ complaints that previous events were used to attack Israel Northeastern University on Monday kicks off what it calls Holocaust Awareness Week. This year’s events include a talk by Pulitzer Prize-winning author Michael Chabon and a documentary about the six-decade hunt for

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02 Apr 2012

VIDEO: NORTHEASTERN UNIVERSITY PROFESSORS ABUSING HOLOCAUST REMEMBRANCE

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: CONTACT: Americans for Peace and Tolerance/ On Campus Contact Person: Dr. Charles Jacobs Voice Phone Number:  617 202 3004      Email Address: cj@peaceandtolerance.org This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. Website URL www.hijackingholocaust.org April 2, 2012 BOSTON – Americans for Peace and Tolerance/On Campus today

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29 Mar 2012

At Northeastern, an abused remembrance

This article was first published in The Jewish Advocate on March 29, 2012 Next week, Northeastern University hosts its annual Holocaust Awareness Week. Highlights includes the movie “Elusive Justice: The Search for Nazi War Criminals”; and a talk by Pulitzer-Prize winning author Michael Chabon, whose 2000 novel “The Amazing Adventures

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